Renewing Your Nebraska Driver License
Renewing an expired drivers license in Nebraska is important to legally operate a vehicle in the state. Driving without renewing drivers license credentials ...
You will need to renew drivers license credentials within the state of Nebraska before the expiration date that is displayed on your Nebraska driver’s license ...
in order to retain your ability to legally operate a motor vehicle. You may be eligible for convenient drivers license renewal through online processing or you can renew in person at any Nebraska driver licensing location. You will receive your renewal notice by mail within 30 days of your expiration date. However, you can perform a renewal up to 90 days before the expiration date that is listed on your current Nebraska driver’s license. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive email or text notifications regarding your renewals instead of waiting to receive a notice in the mail.
In order to perform a drivers license renewal online, your physical description must not have changed drastically since your last license was issued. When renewing drivers license online, you must have performed your last renewal in person. Additionally, you must be between the ages of 21 and 71, your current driver’s license must still be valid and you must not need to change the name or gender displayed.
Should you choose to obtain your DMV license renewal in person, you will need to provide your old driver’s license or another form of identification, licensing fees and, if your address has changed, you will need to submit two forms of proof of address. You will be required to complete a vision exam and have a new photo taken for your license. If you apply for a DMV license renewal in person, you will be issued a temporary driver’s license that you may use until you receive your new Nebraska driver’s license in the mail.
If you will be temporarily leaving the state of Nebraska and you will miss your renewal window, you may be eligible to renew your license before you leave. However, you may be asked to provide proof that you will not be in the state during your renewal period. Alternatively, you can renew a drivers license by mail if you find yourself out of the state during your renewal period, so long as you do not possess a commercial driver’s license. If you are currently active military stationed outside of the state, you must follow the same procedures as any individual who is out of state during their renewal period. Additionally, if you no longer have a physical Nebraska resident, you must provide statements showing taxes paid to Nebraska and provide two documents that provide proof of address or APO/FPO address. Read More